Friday 06 October, 09:00 - Saturday 07 October, 16:00

Join us on stand 175 to learn about the SEN Assessment Toolkit, a one-stop-shop for SEN assessments.

Our award winning SEN Assessment Toolkit has been developed to ensure schools have the basic SEN assessment tools they may need. Bringing together a number of tried and tested products that cover the most common and current areas of SEN.  The assessments within the toolkit cover four areas: Dyslexia, Literacy, Numeracy and Mental Health and Wellbeing. 

We are the leading provider of formative assessments to UK schools, as well as providing assessments for overseas ministries and British, bilingual and international schools in over 100 countries worldwide for over 35 years. 

We will be hosting a workshop at the event see below for more information. 

For more detail about the event, visit the TES website

Why attend?

  • 42 CPD sessions exploring the latest research, trends and ideas
  • FREE workhops led by our exhibitors - a fantastic timetable of focused sessions led by our exhibitors
  • Live debate with a keynote panel that includes the DfE, NAHT and Ofsted
  • Official show opening by Jim Knight, TES’s chief education adviser
  • Over 200 exhibitors demonstrating thousands of great resources and products
  • Money-saving offers and exclusive show-only discounts with exhibitors
  • Networking and advice sharing with thousands of fellow peers, suppliers and industry associations

Using formative assessment to identify and support pupils with barriers to learning

Join Mark Loveday in a session for SENCOs looking for standardised assessments to support them in with identifying barriers to learning and planning, and implementing classroom interventions.

Date: Friday 6 October 2017
Time: 15.45 – 16.30

About the speaker

Mark is Assistant Headteacher and Head of School Support and Outreach Services at Chadsgrove Teaching School Alliance, where he leads a multi-disciplinary team providing specialist teaching and health services across Worcestershire.

He is a Specialist Leader of Education (SEND) and draws upon many years of experience of working as a teacher, SENCo, leader and specialist teacher working with a range of children and young adults with a variety of additional needs. He has worked across all Key Stages from Early Years through to Post 16 in a variety of settings including: mainstream, specialist provision and hospital settings.

What you'll learn...

  • Latest research, trends and ideas
  • Advice-sharing with thousands of peers, suppliers and industry associations
  • Support and resources for pupils with special educational needs